From Thursdays to Saturdays, with two performance times.
Chocolate com Pimenta – September 7th to 9th, 10pm
Duo It – September 14th to 16th, 10pm
Chronicle News – September 21st to 23rd
Nancy Boy: Tributo a Placebo – September 28th to 30th
Chocolate com Pimenta
September 7th to 9th, 10pm
Companions in life and music, bound by friendship, Chocolate com Pimenta consists of Rutthe Lopes on vocals, David Sousa on guitar, and João Castanho on the cajon.
They perform a diverse repertoire, covering soul, funk, Afro, pop, and rock, encompassing Portuguese, English, North American and African music. They infuse each piece with their distinctive touch, allowing the audience to savor the sweetness of chocolate and the spiciness of pepper simultaneously.
Join us on this adventure!
September 14th to 16th
This musical project blends dance, funk, pop, rock 'n roll, blues, and disco into a well-defined, coherent, and danceable musical line that pleases players and listeners alike. The stage comes alive with two outstanding musicians taking us on a musical journey through time.
September 21st to 23rd
Chronicle News made their debut on October 16, 2007, at Templários Bar in Lisbon. Their repertoire takes the audience on a journey through time, recalling songs from the '60s, '70s, and '80s. Their concerts combine top level music and musicians with great fun.
Rita Viegas - vocals
Rui Mação - guitar
Frederico Carvalho - bass
Pedro Chamusco – drums
Nancy Boy: Tributo a Placebo
September 28th to 30th
Nancy Boy is a predominantly female band that pays tribute to one of the greatest British bands of all time – PLACEBO. Since their formation, they have traveled across the country, recreating iconic tracks such as “Every You, Every Me”, “Meds”, “Bitter End”, “Special K” and “Slave to the Wage”. More than just a tribute concert, they immerse their audience in an experience, and the similarity between Tatiana Santos's voice and Brian Molko's timbre is absolutely astonishing.
Voice, guitar - Tatiana Santos, Lead guitar - Andreia Fadista, Bass guitar - Cátia Carvalho, Drums - Bruno Salvador, Keys - Ana Rebelo